Cllr Anna Rothery and West Tree Estates in all land transactions in Liverpool 8, what is going on?
Dear Liverpool City Council,
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool Councilor Anna Rothery.
1)Will the Liverpool city council please forward all or any involvement of meeting, paperwork between Cllr Anna Rothery and West Tree Estates Ltd in all land transactions in Liverpool 8 and what was her role in this project “Ducie Street, with Mr. and Mrs. Guy of West Tree Estates Ltd.
2)Did she make public her meeting and involvement with Mr. Guy of West Tree Estates ltd, and did she approve the gifting of the land on “Ducie Street” if so, will the council investigate this and her involvement in this?
Is the council aware that residents in Liverpool 8 are wanting to talk to 'Max Caller' over this and are asking for a police investigation into this?
Is the council also aware that Mr. Guy has gone into hiding, will not talk to the press and will not pick his phone up, however the Mayor of Liverpool can reach him, could the Mayor state to his past involvement with Mr. Guy and the land projects all over L8?
Dear Mr Pickford
Please see attached our response to your information request.
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Anna Rothery has never met the individuals named within your request.
2. Please refer to response (1) above. No.
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